(note: the image shown is not my board) Cheap hardware. Here are my tales of woe: (1) a handle bracket (attaches the handle to the lid) broke only two weeks into a tour. Granted, I was tossing it around and in/out of the bus quite a bit, but that's what it's supposed to do ... anyway I easily fixed this by slipping a coat hanger through the handle (it's hollow) and twisting it around each bracket on the case. Six years later, my good ole' coat hanger is still holding strong. Seriously Warwick? outdone by a coat hanger? OK next evidence... (2) the corner covers, which are really cheap imitations of what you find on speaker cabinets and some hard-shell instrument cases, ripped off while on tour. Again, they probably got snagged on something in the bus or trailer while being tossed around and loaded in/out but ... that's what a pedal case is supposed to do ... Aside from the coat hanger handle, I heavily modded the inside. The inside is a lame flat piece of plywood. However, it has this really awesome black Velcro carpet. So what I did, was carefully remove the black fabric, and custom-fit pieces of foam insulation board (it's like 1" thick, you can buy it from Home Depot cheap). Anyway I cut and layered the foam board to make different tiers for my pedals, so that I could reach the ones in the back, etc. Like a pedaltrain board, except I did mine before they came to market ... anyway ... lay the black fabric over top of the foam board and voila - you've got a really awesome custom pedal board. I have used it for about six years now, stomping and wah-wah-ing my feet off, and the foam board has compressed slightly in some areas, but mostly it looks brand new on the inside. The outside ... not so much. Three stars.